With an MPL, you are only allowed to fly as co-pilot in a multi-pilot aeroplane. You may also obtain privileges corresponding to a private pilot licence (PPL) or a commercial pilot licence (CPL). These privileges allow you to fly solo as pilot-in-command. Obtaining the licence does not require previous experience, and
If you are unable to complete the full MPL training course, you can apply to Traficom for a licence with a more limited set of privileges.
How to apply for a multi-crew pilot licence
To apply for an MPL, you must be at least 18 years of age.
MPL training is organised based on demand.
The training is based on competency and continuous assessment. It must be completed in one continuous course of training. The training includes the following parts:
You may participate in theoretical knowledge examinations after completing the theoretical knowledge instruction
Traficom designates a flight examiner for the MPL skill test. Training organisations can apply for the designation by proposing suitable examiner. Proposals must be submitted with an electronic form no later than 14 days before the planned skill test.
Once you have successfully completed the training and Traficom’s theoretical knowledge examinations, you can take a skill test.